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Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
Academic Resources & Activities Center - Viewing Trend of Academic Libraries - Sharon Hu
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  • 1. Academic Resources & Activities Center- Viewing the Trend of Academic Libraries Sharon Hu Library and Instruction Services Chicago State University Chinese-American Librarians Association-Midwest Dominica University, Chicago May 22, 2010 1
  • 2. OutlineI. Purpose of PresentationII. Historical View of Library DevelopmentIII. Academic Libraries (AL) in 21st Century - Missions, Functions, Development - Academic Resources Center - Academic Activities CenterI. Challenges, Changes and Concerns for AL Future 2
  • 3. Purpose of Presentation Libraries in 21st Century  Collections: E-Resources  Information Access: Wireless/Mobile Technology  Services: Social Technology  Career: Information Organizer/Provider  Building: Digital  Virtual Library and Information Science  Discipline – Core Disciplines  Inter-Disciplines 3
  • 4. Purpose of Presentation Librarian’s Career Concern: - Competitors  Information generators  Information Generators and Scholars  Information organizers  Experts of Disciplines & Inter-disciplines  Automatic Process instead of Human Operations  Information providers/distributers  Vendors based on Technologies & Networks  End Users with Web & Social Technology  Instructions based on Multimedia and Mobile Technology 4
  • 5. Purpose of Presentation Librarian’s Professional Status in AL  Academic Faculty or Administrators  Teaching, Research vs. Services  Academic Activities vs. Management Operations  Knowledge and Subject Field  Discipline vs. Support/Associate Fields  Academic Degree Requirements  Academic department vs. Administrative division  Organization Structure AL in the Academic Institute 5
  • 6. Purpose of PresentationExplore In the 21st Century: What should AL be? What should AL Librarians do? How to do? 6
  • 7. Historical View - Library Development Archives (1,500 – 750 B.C.) Historical Collections (documents, acts, etc.) Storage of Collections Use for Historical Records Library-Archives (668 B.C.) Collections in Subject Various Collections Use for Knowledge Besides of Historical Recordse. g. Ashurbanipal – tradition of library – archive in Mesopotamia 7
  • 8. Historical View - Library Development Library - Museum (300 B.C.) Collections in Subject Various Collections in Storage Use for Research / Culturese. g. Ptolemy I of Alexander : Library in Egypt (Greek writings) “Historical” Library (200 B.C.) Collections Organized in Subject Bibliographic Control of Collections Use for Learning, Research, Knowledge for Limited Users, Besides of Storage of Collectins 8
  • 9. Historical View - Library Development Library Collections Organized in Subject Bibliographic Control of Collections  Classifications Use for Learning, Research, Knowledge, Culture Modern Library – Use of Libraries Academic Libraries – Academic Institutes Public Libraries – Open for Public Circulation and Reference Services Open Shelves Services 9
  • 10. Card Catalogs 10
  • 11. Historical View - Library Development Library – Information Services (1970 -)  Automatic / Online Cataloging  Networked Library Services  Integrated Library Management SystemSee Marshall Breeding’s History of mergers and acquisitions in the library autom ILS -- Started in the end of 1960s and 1970s (NOTIS, Innovative, CLSI, VTLS, etc.) Popularly developed and applied in 1980s and 1990s Mergers and Acquisitions since the end of 20th Century 11
  • 12. Historical View - Library Development Libraries in 21st Century  IT based Collections and Services  Information Resources Center  Information Services / Delivery / Distribution Academic Libraries (AL) in 21st Century  Information Resources  Information Services  Educational Activities and Services 12
  • 13. Academic Libraries in 21 st Century Mission  Serve and Support Teaching, Learning and Research Functions  Provide Information Resources  Provide Educational Environment  Provide Learning Environment Development  Academic Resources Center  Academic Activities Center 13
  • 14. Academic Libraries in 21 st Century Collections  Various Collections Mixed  Printed, other media, and electronic format (text based as main resources, e-resources increased)  Local/remote access resources through networks  Centralized databases and distributed databases through internet (OpenURL link, etc.)  Digital Collections as Majority of Collections  Mixed Institutional Resources and Library Information Resources - Institutional Digital Repository Systems 14
  • 15. Academic Libraries in 21 st Century Organization of ResourcesVarious Descriptive Systems/Schema/Standards to organize and describe bibliographic resources  MARC (Machine Readable Cataloging) 21 / AACR (Anglo- American Cataloging Rules) II  The major standards to describe bibliographic materials in machine-readable form in ILS  Printed materials based descriptions  Metadata – The data about data. New descriptive schema started to describe digital collections  Dublin Core (OCLC DCMI) e.g., CARLI Digital Collection  EAD (Encoded Archival Description - be used to describe manuscript / archival collections) 15
  • 16. Academic Libraries in 21 st Century Services  Information Services  Instructional Services vs. Reference Services - Education Oriented  Information Delivery  Merge with Education for Information Delivery  Information Distribution  Social Networks  IT Based Educational Information Distributing 16
  • 17. Academic Libraries in 21 st Century Information Delivery - Merged with Education Online Courses Liaison for Education Consultant for Education Information Distribution Network based Information Distribution Merged with Educational Network Convenient for Education 17
  • 18. Figure: Structure of CSU ILS and Associated Systems to Provide Information Resources   CSU ILS (Voyager from CARLI) Sys Admin (Various databases of MARC based) Sys Reports Circulation Acquisitions      Serials Cataloging OPAC (Web Voyager) Through Web Access  E-Reserves LARS OpenURL (Binding) Link (856) Various OpenURL Circ Related: ILL,  ACQ  Serials  Bib Control  E-Resources  Link (SFX)  Reserves, Patron,  Related:  Related: Related: Bib, ASRS Call Slip, etc. Funds, EDI,  Check-in, MFHD, Item,  Ordering,  Binding, Authority  Purchasing,  Etc. Control, etc.RFID Applications etc. Self-Check, Check-in / out on Circ desk, Sorter, ERM (Electronic Resources Management) Security Gate, (Inventory) 18
  • 19. Academic Libraries in 21 st Century Provide:  Educational Environment  Learning Environment  Academic Activities Environment 19
  • 20. Academic Libraries in 21 st Century Librarians in AL  Tranditional:  Information Collectors  Information Analyzers  Information Organizers  Information Providers  Information Delivers  Information Distributors 20
  • 21. Academic Libraries in 21 st Century Librarians in AL  Information Instructors  Information Literacy  Educators  Courses  Educational Activities  Academic Activities 21
  • 22. Challenges, Changes and Concerns Challenges  Traditional Library Organization – Educational Division  Traditional Library Services – Academic Activities  Traditional Library Collections – Digital/Institutional Resources  Traditional Library Career – Academic Educators 22
  • 23. Challenges, Changes and Concerns Changes  Traditional Library Building – Educational Environment  Traditional Library Services – Academic Activities Center  Traditional Library Collections – Institutional Resources  Traditional Library Career – Educators 23
  • 24. Challenges, Changes and Concerns Concerns  How to Make These Changes  Education of Library and Information Science  Economic Concerns  Organization Concerns 24
  • 25. The EndThank you ! 25

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